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Raiden Rising WIP New Shoulder by SoCoPhDPepper Raiden Rising WIP New Shoulder by SoCoPhDPepper
Probably my very last Work in progress picture. This is the 2nd version of the shoulders, and i took the picture with the eyepatch on. Hehe, sort of threw the head stuff on so i guess it isn't quite sitting right but it gives the idea. Also, the full let of fake fasteners have been placed on.

I definitely like how these new shoulders sit a little better. And the eye-patch i guess lets me sort of see through it a little little, just enough to get an idea of how far away stuff is.

Hopefully i can get some real photo's of it soon, instead of super red fluorescent lighting, lol.

Raiden is a character from Konami's next Metal Gear Solid Rising game due out supposedly sometime next year =D

General Consensus seems to be :icondatassplz: LOL
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:iconsocophdpepper:
I think foam/vinyl is good for making a single tone armor, but i think craft foam alone is probably easier to work with, and since your painting it, you have a lot more color options. It looks like lightnings armor is a single tone so, it can probably be done either way in my opinion, its just the vinyl really adds some extra strength to the craft foam if you want the armor to be a little bit tougher, and it also lets you run the armor through a sewing machine if you have a sewing machine that can handle stitching through those kinds of materials. The gold trimmings on Lightnings bracers would probably be the time consuming part for vinyl/foam, since vinyl itself kind of resists a lot of adhesives.
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Yuuri-C Jan 28, 2011
Ok, thanks a lot for the info!~:hug:
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MikiyoOo Jan 27, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow! I'm deeply impressed *ö*
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adazu Jan 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
much love!! :heart: :icondatass2plz:
Best Raiden I've ever seen.
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Zerography Dec 22, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Ever thought of releasing a how-to-make tutorial? xD
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:iconsocophdpepper:
I sort of followed other peoples how to do craft foam and vinyl tutorial, lol. I think the one i originally saw was an Al from Full Metal Alchemist, with his posts on cosplay.com, but i sort of modified it because they don't sell Weldwood with the orange label in California, and used 3m Super 77 spray adhesive in its place.
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Death-Pony7 Dec 8, 2010  Professional General Artist
Bad ass!!!!
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Rinkuchan27 Oct 13, 2010   Digital Artist
WOW AMAZING!~ GOOD JOB!
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